Offering the best quality residential, nursing and dementia care, where you or your loved one can feel at home.
Your future matters!
We are proud to have been recognised as one of the Top 20 recommended care home groups in the country by UK’s leading care home reviews website carehome.co.uk
Our homes remain open for new, safe admissions.
We continue to support individuals who may be feeling isolated, as well as those who are in need of nursing or respite care.
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Inspiring and enabling people to live a meaningful life, as part of a great life. Committed to changing the way care is being provided and perceived by embracing innovation and new concepts of care.
Making a difference in the life of those we engage with by inspiring moments of joy, happiness and a sense of belonging within our unique communities based on the needs and choices of each individual.
Meeting needs with dignity and respect by being who we are.
Creating a sense of belonging in your Future Care Home where you feel safe and loved.
Treating each other with empathy, consideration and respect.
Striving everyday to be honest, transparent, trustworthy and professional.
Find My Nearest Home
At Future Care, we aim to help you find the right care home where you can feel safe and content.
How many care homes does Future Care have?
Future Care operates 18 care homes across the UK. We aim to help you find the right care home where you or your loved one can feel safe and content – find your nearest nursing home here.
Where are Future Care’s nursing homes located?
Our care homes are located in the South East of England in the following areas:
- Hampshire – Belmont Castle, Oaklands House, Solent Grange, Steep House
- London – Acacia Care Centre, Bourne House, Brook House, Hamilton, Southborough
- Oxfordshire – Acacia Lodge, Stowford House
- Surrey – Albany Lodge, Cedar View, Chestnut View, Priory Court
- Sussex – Kings Lodge
- Worcestershire – The Boynes Care Home, Holmwood Care Home
What types of care do Future Care homes offer?
Future Care provides a range of person-centred care services, including Nursing care, Residential care, Dementia care, Short Term Respite care and Palliative care support for our residents.
Residential or Nursing – what’s the difference?
Residential care offers housing for those living independently who wish to reside in an environment with other people as companions and friends. Support is on hand if required, but personal care is not a constant need. Nursing care means that qualified nurses are on hand to offer support and assistance as required for individual care needs, which are more personal in nature.
What qualifications do your Care Teams have?
All of the members of our Care Team are given the training and support needed to help them provide the highest standards of care. Many of our care staff are working towards further recognised care qualifications i.e. NVQ’s. We have mandatory internal training, which is ongoing and we also run Apprenticeships and Dementia training programmes for our staff.
What happens if the needs of my loved one change?
Because every person’s needs are different – in terms of medical, physical, emotional and even social aspects – residents need a package that is developed and tailored especially for them and which can be altered as quickly as their needs may change. Many of our homes offer Residential, Nursing and Dementia care, so if the needs of your loved one change, they may not have to move into a new care home, however most likely the Fees will be adjusted.
How often do you raise invoices?
Invoices are raised on a calendar month basis, however, for some exceptional counties they are issued on a 28-day cycle.